Eating Street Food in Jackson Heights 🇺🇸
On the importance of eating somebody else’s breakfast…
10 am. Jackson Heights.
Paratha is being dipped in thin yogurt, chai is being sipped. The dining room is humming on a Saturday morning. One of the great pleasures in food is to go eat another country’s breakfast. There’s a different energy in a room filled with families tearing into flatbread and slurping tea or where sloshing bowls of noodles are being heaped with chili oil and fresh herbs. It beats a Denny’s any day of the week.
Raja Sweets & Fast Food
7231 37th Ave, Queens, NY 11372
We Ate: Paratha and Tea
80–03 Roosevelt Ave Ground floor, 11372
We Ate: Pandebono (Colombian Cheese bread) made from cassava starch.
90–10 Roosevelt Ave, Queens, NY 11372
We Ate: Carnitas Tacos
Originally published at https://mantry.com.